Composite bonding, also known as tooth contouring, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure. It is a quick solution to improve the teeth’s appearance. The treatment involves applying a restorative material, the so-called composite resin, to the tooth or tooth surface. The material comes in a variety of shades to match your natural teeth. Our cosmetic dentist is able to match the shade, translucency, and texture of your natural tooth. Your dentist works only with the outer enamel which has no sensation, in other words, the process is pain-free.



Visualise how your teeth may look after the treatment with non-invasive trial smile.

What does the treatment involve?

Composite Bonding can be completed in as little as 1-2 visits. The first visit involves a full assessment including the essential X-rays. Your dentist will check the health of your teeth and gums, discuss what your goals are and advise you on the best options you can have. If not on the same day, your second visit is when your treatment is completed. Your final appointment is when the bonding agent is applied. Duration of each appointment varies depending on your case.

The application of composite per single unit is normally quick.

Aftercare: The procedure is an effective, non-cutting method to achieve fast and aesthetically pleasing results. We advise patients to be careful with biting and crack opening foods with their teeth that have composite bonding on. Therefore patients should be considerate of the amount of pressure added while eating. Further aftercare details will be provided by your treatment coordinator and dentist at your appointment.

Why Dental Artistry
  • Highly experienced Cosmetic Dentist performing the treatment

  • Improve teeth shape

  • Improve teeth form

  • Improve length or symmetry of the tooth/teeth

  • Close gaps

  • Improve teeth colour

  • Pain-free, quick and no damage to your teeth

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Despite composite bonding popularity in achieving aesthetic and lifelike results, many patients prefer Porcelain Veneers as means to stable, natural and long-lasting results. Porcelain Veneers do not stain like natural teeth and composite veneers. Click here to find out more about Porcelain Veneers. 

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